no street, Cupertino, CA
This course is a Lecture/lab format with 50% for each. Students will write many shell programs. Many examples are presented and enhanced by the students.
• To provide an understanding of the essentials of shell programming with Bourne Shell family shells such as Bash.
• To give you practical experience in writing and using shell scripts.
• To provide experience in understanding run-level scripts on Linux.
When a student finishes this course, he or she will be able to:
• Write shell programs that use the various data types and control structures of the Bash/Posix/Korn shell.
• Describe the use of environment and local variables.
• Use functions and subshells.
• Write robust shell programs with error checking.
• Use the related facilities of AWK, SED, and Expect.
Who Should Attend:
Linux/UNIX system administrators, developers, or power users. Users with a need to automate tasks.
The workshop materials include a comprehensive student workbook. The workbook contains all of the slides used in the course as well as hands-on lab exercises.
3. Processing options and arguments
4. I/O, Here documents
5. Control structures
10. AWK, SED, Expect
11. Quick intro to Python programming.
Refunds offered if:
Additional notes: Enrollment is limited. If you cancel more than five days prior to the class your fee will be refunded in full. Thanks, Kevin
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.
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